Hanbury Hall is a large 18th-century stately home standing in parkland at Hanbury, Worcestershire. The main range has two storeys and is built of red brick in the Queen Anne style. It is a Grade I listed building, and the associated Orangery and Long Gallery pavilion ranges are listed Grade II*. It is managed by the National Trust and is open to the public.
End of Life for some Ancient Oak Trees -
Is this what they mean when they talk about Tree Surgeons?
I couldn’t work out what they were doing, they were quite engrossed licking away at the exposed roots and soil. They were very friendly, and quite welcomed a scratch of the head and a rub of the nose. That was - until someone mentioned McDonalds